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Nawaz Sharif’s fresh medical report submitted in LHC

Nawaz Sharif’s fresh medical report submitted in LHC
January 15, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – Fresh medical reports of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has been submitted in the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Wednesday. Nawaz Sharif’s counsel Amjad Pervaiz presented four different reports of Sharif at registrar office of the LHC. The 10-page report regarding Nawaz Sharif’s health condition have been prepared by cardiac consultant Surgeon David Lawrence that was submitted to the Deputy Registrar Judicial. “Nawaz Sharif’s condition was not stabilized yet. He requires surgery, which could not be conducted till improvement in his health condition,” reports said. The report also said that the former prime minister is suffering from intracranial stenosis, a disease regarding the narrowing of the arteries inside the brain. The report further stated that after Sharif’s various scans, the doctors have recommended him for heart treatment and his condition is still critical. A day earlier, the Punjab Home Department has received latest medical report of ailing former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. According to the sources, hours after the Punjab government raised objections to a medical report attached with an appeal of Nawaz Sharif to extend his bail period, the Home Department received latest second report of the former premier. The medical report was sent by Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Atta Tarrar which stated that the former prime minister is still unwell.
Nawaz suffering from severe cardiac disease
Nawaz Sharif is suffering from a severe cardiac disease, his latest medical report by the Royal Brompton Hospital shows. The Royal Brompton Hospital has issued three reports: Rubidium Cardiac PET-CT scan on three pages; Holter Analysis on 16 pages; and Echocardiogram on three pages. Separately, Dr David Lawrence has also issued a medical summary based on reports by the Royal Brompton and Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals. Dr Adnan Khan said that Prof Yasmin Rashid called him and asked for a fresh medical report which was provided duly. “Mr Sharif has been recommended by the doctors to go out for short walks at least twice a day. He went out with his family on their insistence and as per medical advice but sadly the issue is being politicised.” Dr Adnan Khan explained that Nawaz Sharif’s disease conditions are further confirmed and endorsed by UK doctors as similarly it was diagnosed initially by doctors appointed by the PTI government, recommending treatment abroad.